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Her marine sculptures and installations envision the future from the bottom of the ocean

BY Eric Otieno Sumba |

Other highlights include Calla Henkel’s second novel and an awards season film podcast by Vanity Fair

BY Chloe Stead |

A recent of production of Sarah Gancher’s satirical play ominously primes us for the 2024 US presidential election

BY Rhoda Feng |

As a major retrospective opens in London, we take a rearview of one of her most iconic works 


BY Philomena Epps |

Other highlights include the culinary cinema of Frederick Wiseman and Bei Dao’s poetics on life in exile

BY Marko Gluhaich |

The poet’s debut novel explores the difficulties of tentative living arrangements against the backdrop of Britain’s ongoing housing crisis

BY Matthew Turner |

Poet Holly Pester interprets our invitation from the outer depths

BY Holly Pester |

As major shows open on both sides of the Atlantic, we examine the medium’s subversive relationship with gender 

BY Lauren Elkin |

The Sunset Strip seduces Kim Gordon, while Chris Kraus prefers MacArthur Park

Other highlights include Flora Dunster and Theo Gordon’s anthology of queer photography and the return of Artists Behind Bars

BY Sean Burns |

The greatest trick of the Los Angeles members club is making itself invisible

The artist’s paper cut-outs use subversive techniques to reveal utopian ideals

BY Lisa Yin Zhang |

In his feature film debut, the director depicts Chile’s violent history while shedding light on the Selk’nam genocide

BY Arun A.K. |

For the latest Auschwitz drama, sound designer Johnnie Burn discusses working with Jonathan Glazer to reveal how ordinary people can quickly become accustomed to horror

BY Rory O'Connor |

Other highlights include an exhibition dedicated to Josephine Baker and SZA’s GRAMMY-nominated album

BY Angel Lambo |

For this network of artists and activists, art serves as a shield against looming evictions

BY Marko Gluhaich |

The artist’s paintings occupy the space between presenting and withholding

BY ​Juliana Halpert |

To celebrate the release of his new book, Remember to Dream! 100 Artists, 100 Notes, the author and curator shares a list of literary works that have inspired him

BY Hans Ulrich Obrist |

Curators, peers and former colleagues pay tribute to ‘the friendliest Black artist in America’

An analysis of the production, interpretation and critique of Black figuration

BY John-Baptiste Oduor |